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Wisdom From The Couch: Knowing and Growing Yourself from the Inside Out

October 23, 2015

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Wisdom From The Couch: Knowing and Growing Yourself from the Inside Out by Jennifer L. Kunst, Ph.D. —  This book is a useful guide to understanding the mysteries of the mind and how we can change for the better. Kunst raises some key questions that are on the minds of all those seeking a more […]

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Activation of one’s greatness potential

December 8, 2013

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by Steven Patascher —  Our “greatness potential” is waiting to be realized on multidimensional levels in the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual realms of existence. If growth is to be meaningful, effective and comprehensively sustained, these areas need to be addressed. “Greatness potential,” as I define it, is one’s highest capacity for love, wisdom, creativity […]

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The Love Tetra

September 3, 2013

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by Dr. Larry Wilson —  This article is about balancing your life with the love tetra — four qualities of action that, when done in a balanced way, can lead to greater happiness and better health. The word tetra means four and is short for tetrahedron, which is a geometric solid with four sides and […]

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Karma, service and forgiveness: Life’s golden keys

August 12, 2013

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by Master Ximena Gavino —  Millions of people are searching for knowledge, wisdom and practices to transform their physical and spiritual journeys. Everyone wishes to be happier, healthier, rejuvenated and successful in every aspect of life, including relationships and finances. Thousands of books, articles, seminars and workshops teach methods for accomplishing this. By the time […]

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Peaceful Warrior — The film

May 5, 2013

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Since Dan Millman’s classic best-seller, The Way of the Peaceful Warrior, was first published in 1980, millions of readers have been inspired by the revelations Millman experienced in his spiritual training with gas-pump jockey/philosopher/teacher “Socrates.” Now, after nearly two decades of navigating the feature film waters, Millman’s life-changing encounter with his mysterious mentor is a […]

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In search of healing in the Amazon Rainforest

February 14, 2013

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by Nick Polizzi —  What we did could be seen as extremely risky and careless, perhaps even criminal. At least that is what I was told for about four months before I transported eight very sick patients down to a remote region of the Amazon rainforest, thousands of miles away from the creature comforts of […]

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Remembering forgiveness

October 19, 2012

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by Dr. Eileen Borris —  Now that the holidays are over, some of you may be wondering, “Where is the peace and goodwill towards men?” Have we forgotten about last year’s story that had such significant impact on many people, about the way the Amish were able to forgive the horrific murder of five innocent […]

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Turning words into wisdom

February 28, 2012

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by Sue Meyn —  It has been my experience that when we take time to write the words that describe our lives day to day, we acquire wisdom from those words. That wisdom may not show itself immediately. The words we use may be disorganized and unremarkable — even ordinary and routine. They also may […]

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